Title: Improving automatic dubbing with subtitle timing optimisation using video cut detection
Other Titles: VylepšovánĂ­ automatickĂ©ho dabingu optimalizacĂ­ ÄŤasovánĂ­ titulkĹŻ pomocĂ­ detekce stĹ™ihĹŻ
Authors: Matoušek, Jindřich
Vít, Jakub
Citation: MATOUĹ EK, JindĹ™ich; VĂŤT, Jakub. Improving automatic dubbing with subtitle timing optimisation using video cut detection. In: Proceedings of International Conference on Acoustics, Audio and Speech Process. (ICASSP) 2012, March 25–30, 2012 Kyoto Internatinal Conference Center Kyoto, Japan. Kyoto: Kyoto Internatinal Conference Center, 2012, p. [1-4]. ISBN 978-1-4673-0046-9.
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Kyoto Internatinal Conference Center
Document type: článek
article
URI: http://www.kky.zcu.cz/cs/publications/MatousekJ_2012_ImprovingAutomatic
http://hdl.handle.net/11025/17013
ISBN: 978-1-4673-0046-9
Keywords: syntĂ©za Ĺ™eÄŤi;automatickĂ˝ dabing;detekce stĹ™ihu videa;optimalizace naÄŤasovánĂ­ titulkĹŻ;spring-based model
Keywords in different language: speech synthesis;automatic dubbing;video cut detection;subtitle timing optimisation;spring-based model
Abstract in different language: This paper presents improvements to an automatic dubbing system in which text-to-speech technology is used to synthesise speech from subtitles. Spring-based subtitle timing optimisation was proposed to reduce the need for speeding up synthetic speech to fit it into corresponding subtitle slots. Video cut detection algorithm was also introduced, and the cuts were then used to prevent stretching subtitles across the cuts. Results show that after the optimisation smaller speeding-up factors are applied on synthetic speech while keeping optimised subtitle start and end times close to original positions.
Rights: Â© JindĹ™ich Matoušek - Jakub VĂ­t
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